There is good news: Unity has changed its mind and modified the corporate proposals. The change is significant to SmiteWorks, and Fantasy Grounds has very little to worry about.
There are two Pathfinder RPGs bundles, with a bonus for getting both. The two together cost £75.52, and Google tells me that’s about $100 US-monies.
RPG news in the week that Chaosium’s Steve Perrin passed away and Geek Native moved HQ.
A busy week of RPG news summarised and segmented into bullet-point lists. TSR Games are gone, conventions are here, but without masks.
Routinely Itemised is an RPG news summary column, and this week we look at TSR Games (3) threatening OSR communities, new RPGs hitting digital and physical shelves, RPG reviews and discoveries.
Two D&D leaks at once, maybe three if you count the accessories. Oh, maybe four if you count the photos from the movie. Then there’s the official Dark Tower RPG news!
Keep up with RPG news, Wizards of the Coast’s new promotion with Hasbro, the many D&D TV shows, an Altered Carbon RPG review and interviews from around the web.
There are two versions of Fantasy Grounds. There’s the classic virtual tabletop software and then the next generation, which no one is forced to use, built on Unity after a successful Kickstarter to fund the project.
This week D&D hired a new senior game designer, an army of monsters appeared on Humble Bundle, publishers backed New Gamemaster Month and a load more. It’s time for a Routinely Itemised collection of RPG news.
Goodman Games’ The Dungeon Alphabet is now on Fantasy Grounds.